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After a very long January, everyone seems to focus on hearts, Valentines gifts etc. In my opinion, most of my bullet journal friends like to plan ahead. I bet you can’t get Spring out of your head. Well, you’re not alone. Today I share with you the best bullet journal spring cleaning spreads.

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Do you remember the series of Friends? Of course, you do. It’s my favorite series ever. Recently I watched the episode when Monica goes to Ross’s new girlfriend to clean her dirty apartment.

I was wondering if I’m more Monica or that Girl. To be completely honest, none of them. Being a minimalist saves me from compulsive cleaning and organizing or hoarding a lot of unnecessary things.
 

Don’t Have Time To Read? Pin It To Your Bullet Journal Board And Read Later!

 
No matter if you live in a minimal way or you’re a hoarder, we all have one thing in common – we have to clean our house.

Check out how to tackle your messy home fast and easy. You can find some interesting cleaning tips and hacks below:

7 Bathroom Cleaning Hacks Only Lazy People Need To Know

10 Unknown Kitchen Cleaning Hacks That’ll Make Your Life Easier

5 Bedroom Cleaning Hack You Wish You Knew Sooner

It’s time to plan your Spring cleaning in a bullet journal. One more time – bullet journaling has to suit your needs and fit your lifestyle. Here you can find some bullet journal ideas.
 

15 Bullet Journal Spring Cleaning Spreads to make your home less cluttered

 
Before you start to clean your house, it’s pretty reasonable to declutter your messy apartment first.

There are many ways to make it easier. You can join the 30-day decluttering challenge. Or maybe you’ve just finished Marie Kondo book and you’re all about the spark of joy thing. And it’s ok too.
 

Bullet Journal Spring Cleaning Spreads: Decluttering

 
This year I decided to try the KonMarie method. Yes, despite having a minimal lifestyle, I also have to declutter my space once a while. Ok, to tell the truth, the most mess in our tiny apartment is connected with my little son (toys) and my big husband (toys).

The KonMarie method bases on sorting your items by category (not room). The correct order of tidying is clothing, books, papers, komono (miscellany) and sentimental items. For more information, tips, and tricks read Marie Kondo books:

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing

Spark Joy: An Illustrated Guide to the Japanese Art of Tidying

A Journal: Life-Changing Magic, Spark Joy Every Day

Here is my version of KonMarie bullet journal layout:

bullet journal spring cleaning spreads

As always I gathered other bullet journal decluttering spreads:


Image courtesy of Boho Berry

@pages2plans

@thejournalishome

@organisedhustler
 

Bullet Journal Spring Cleaning Spreads: Cleaning

 
When you’re on a good way to declutter your messy space, you can start planning your cleaning tasks.

bullet journal spring cleaning spreads

bullet journal spring cleaning spreads

bullet journal spring cleaning spreads

Do you feel overwhelmed? Me too. One way to avoid being daunted, it’s to clean one or two rooms per week. For example, this week you clean the kitchen. Next week it’ll be a bathroom and so on. Write your plan in a bullet journal.

@alexandra_plans

@boho.berry

Page Flutter


@rhiobujo

Another way to deal with feeling overloaded is by having a daily routine for household chores. Personally, I love this solution. It takes only 15 – 30 minutes per day.

@plusbizarre

It may help you to create your cleaning schedule. You just have to write down all tasks you do on daily, weekly, monthly or annually basis.

@my_blue_sky_design

@estherclarkco

Miss Louie

@plan_in_color

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